KQED Forum - Futurist Paul Saffo

What new technological developments will change our lives in the months and years ahead? This New Year’s Eve, we talk with noted futurist and technology forecaster Paul Saffo. Saffo is consulting associate professor of engineering at Stanford University and a distinguished visiting scholar at Stanford Media X research network.

http://www.kqed.org/epArchive/R812311000?itemMD5=e5a998f34d8856713aa4a05787de990a

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